Tony Fadell and team to stay together and work on hardware projects at Mountain View
Google and hardware seems to be a never ending news topic of late, and less than 24 hours from announcing the sale of Motorola to Lenovo talk turns back to Nest. Acquired earlier this month for $3.2 billion, the questions immediately turn to; why? Well, according to a report from the folks at TechCrunch, Google has just acquired its brand new core hardware team.
Google will keep the Nest group intact inside the company. The new division will still work on hardware devices, but not necessarily thermostats or smoke detectors. In fact, Google would like Fadell to work on gadgets that make more sense for the company.
Tony Fadell's background alone makes him a prime candidate to take charge of any hardware projects at Google. Having been on the original iPod and iPhone teams, he's certainly well equipped. What any of these future products may be will no doubt keep everyone guessing for a long time to come. For now, we can enjoy current Nest products, and know that the team that created them is in a place to do great things.
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